List of The Raccoons Episodes

List Of The Raccoons Episodes

The following is a list of episodes of the Canadian animated television series The Raccoons. The series began as TV specials broadcast between 1980 and 1983 and a direct to video special in 1984, before becoming a regular series in 1985.

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List Of The Raccoons Episodes - Regular Series - Season 5 (1990–1991)
... NOTE This is Nick Nichols' final episode as the voice of Pig One 51 "End of the Line!" 1990 "Growing Up" Needing a new product to sell to Mammoth at an ... NOTE First episode to feature Keith Hampshire as Pig One 52 "Easy Money!" 1990 "Restless in the Night" When Bentley destroys Bert's new RC car, he turns to an advertising scam to repay the debt, resulting in ... NOTE This is the second episode of the series not to feature a song, but an instrumental piece instead 54 "Promises Promises!" 1990 None Bert bites off more than he can chew, trying to please everyone in ...

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